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Berlin in 7 days

Destination(s): Berlin

This one week trip to Berlin will give you a flavour of what the German capital has to offer. From crystal clear lakes and beaches to history and a town steeped in culture, to sweaty techno clubs to cocktails and German beer by the river - there is something for everyone in Berlin. read more about Berlin in 7 days

Mauerpark

Mauerpark

  • Eberswalder Strasse
  • tel:+49 (0)30 25 0025 (Touristen Information)
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 10437

You want second hand vintage gems of times past, digested with a roasted Bratwurst sausage and washed down with a Berliner Pilsner beer? At Mauer Park you got it! Every Sunday the park plays host to the biggest Trodel or junk market in town. Here you will find everything from 1950s furniture to sheep skin rugs and unique artists' prints and photos. The park runs along the site of the former Berlin Wall and therefore also attracts many a guitar playing hippie, the sun loving barbecue gangs and all sorts of folk from the cities nooks and crannies, who celebrate a freedom truly unique to Berlin in this Prenzlauer Berg grassy park. read more about Mauerpark

Strandbad Müggelsee

Strandbad Müggelsee

  • Fürstenwalder Damm 838
  • tel:+49 30 9 0120
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 12589
Mariannenplatz

Mariannenplatz

Friedrichstraße

Friedrichstraße

  • Von dem nordlichen Teil der Mitte bis Hallesches Tor im Kreuzberg
  • tel:+49 (0)30 25 0025 (Touristen Information)
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 10117
Museumsinsel

Museumsinsel

  • Am Lustgarten 1
  • tel:+49 30 266 2987
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 10117
Sushi Bar Ky

Sushi Bar Ky

  • Oderberger Straße 40
  • tel:49 30 4405 8969
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 10435
Berliner Mauer Dokumentationszentrum

Berliner Mauer Dokumentationszentrum

  • Bernauer Straße 111
  • tel:+49 (0)30 464 1030
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 13355
Müggelsee Terrassen Rübezahl

Müggelsee Terrassen Rübezahl

  • Müggelheimer Damm 143
  • tel:49 030 65661688 11
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 12559
Morena Bar

Morena Bar

  • Wienerstrasse 60
  • tel:49 30 2437 5331
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 10999
Reichstag

Reichstag

  • Platz der Republik 1
  • tel:+49 (0)30 2270
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 11011

The Reichstag building, completed in 1894, represents the heart of German politics and has been a witness to the country's troubled past. From an attempted communist coup and Nazi empowerment, to the DDR, when the building stood on the edge of the Iron Curtain. The roof of the Reichstag sports a huge glass dome designed by British architect Sir Norman Foster, from which spectacular views out across the ever changing city of Berlin can be seen. Directly opposite the Reichstag is the forest canopy of the Tierpark, divided by the former Siegesallee (Avenue of Victory) which was dismantled after the fall of Hitler. The Tierpark was the former hunting ground of the Prussian princes and of Kaiser Wilhelm II. read more about Reichstag

Großer Wannsee

Großer Wannsee

  • Wannseebadweg
  • tel:+49 (0)30 25 0025 (Touristen Information)
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 14219
Alexanderplatz

Alexanderplatz

  • Alexanderplatz
  • tel:+49 (0)30 25 0025 (Touriten Information)
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 10178

Alexanderplatz is a central Berlin square based in the district of Mitte, boxed in by department stores, the new Alexa shopping complex, high-rise hotels and buses, trams and trains running all over the city. Formerly seen as the centre of East Berlin, the soviets built their famous TV tower in Alexanderplatz in 1965-69, which stands a lofty 368m above the streets below. A popular destination for tourists who want to shop, eat Bratwurst and get a feel for inner city Berlin. Alexanderplatz also offers a great orientation point from which to explore the city. read more about Alexanderplatz

Fernsehturm

Fernsehturm

  • Panoramastraße 1A
  • Alexanderplatz
  • tel:+49 (0)30 242 3333
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 10178

The Fernsehturm or TV tower, was built in 1965-69 as a mark of East German technological finesse. It stands at 368m and was aimed to prove Soviet advancement to the West Germans. The bland concrete tower is topped by a mirrored glass orb, which houses a cafe and is adorned with various satellites and antennas. The huge DDR disco ball caused some disappointment to the secular communists as when it is hit by the sun reflects a huge cross shaped light off its mirrored surface, that can be seen across the city centre. The tower acts as a central orientation point and will help guide you around the city. read more about Fernsehturm

Orlando

Orlando

  • Weserstraße 5
  • tel:49 930 624 1767
  • Berlin, 12047
Hackescher Markt

Hackescher Markt

  • Oranienburger Street
  • (Oranienburger Straße / Rosenthaler Straße)
  • tel:+49 (0)30 25 0025 (Touristen Information)
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 10178

A great place for wining and dinning on your first evening in Berlin. Hackescher Markt sits in the thriving centre of Berlin's Mitte district. Packed with über cool boutiques, cafes and galleries this is the perfect place from which to start exploring the historical centre of Berlin. Daily tours of the city leave from outside the Hackescher Markt train station and be sure to check out the craft market here every Thursday and Saturday. read more about Hackescher Markt

Holocaust Memorial

Holocaust Memorial

  • Cora-Berliner-Straße 1
  • tel:+49 (0)30 200 7660 / +49 (0)30 2639 4336
  • , 10117

Standing in the centre of Berlin, just five minutes walk away from the Reichstag the huge Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe stands as a remembrance of the darkest time of European history. The Holocaust Memorial consists of 2,711 concrete blocks of different heights and sizes, laid along uneven ground and covers 19,000m2. An exhibition showing the history of the Holocaust lies underneath the memorial and is open 7 days a week. The memorial was designed by architect Peter Eisenman and built in 1999. read more about Holocaust Memorial

Il Casolare

Il Casolare

  • Grimmstraße 30
  • Berlin
Tiergarten

Tiergarten

  • Strasse des 17 Juni
  • (Am Tiergarten)
  • tel:+49 (0)30 25 0025 (Touristen Information)
  • Berlin, 10117
Stasi-Ausstellung

Stasi-Ausstellung

  • Mauerstraße 38
  • tel:+49 (0)30 2241 7470
  • Berlin, 10117
East Side Gallery

East Side Gallery

  • Mühlenstrasse
  • (Mühlenstraße)
  • tel:+49 (0)30 251 7159
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 10243

The biggest outdoor gallery in the world, the East Side Gallery runs along the largest remaining section of the Berlin Wall, constructed by the Soviets in 1961 to divide East from West Berlin. When the Iron Curtain fell in 1989 many parts of the wall were destroyed as the city of Berlin was reunited following the end of the Cold War. 160 international artists were invited to paint giant murals along the wall that runs along the River Spree in the eastern district of Freidrichshain. The East Side Gallery has remained untouched for the last 20 years, however its future is uncertain. Restoration is planned however regeneration of the area may threaten this political landmark. read more about East Side Gallery

Landwehrkanal

Landwehrkanal

  • Tiergarten / Kreuzberg
  • 10557
  • tel:+49 (0)30 25 0025 (Touristen Information)
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 10961 - 10785
Topographie des Terrors

Topographie des Terrors

  • Niederkirchnerstrasse 8
  • tel:+49 (0)30 2548 6703
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 10963
Wiener Blut

Wiener Blut

  • Wiener Straße 14
  • tel:49 30 618 9023
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 10999
Zoologischer Garten Berlin

Zoologischer Garten Berlin

  • Hardenbergplatz 8
  • tel:+49 (0)30 2 5401 x0
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 10787

Zoologischer Garten The Zoological Garten, is one of the worlds largest zoos and home to the famous Berlin polar bear, Knut! Knut was famously hand reared by zoo keeper, Thomas Dörflein, after his mother Tosca rejected him in 2006. The fluffy bear cub attracted millions of tourists from around the world and has since grown into a healthy 2.5m tall, 210kg adult bear. Zoologischer Garten is one of Germany's first zoos and was opened in 1844. Visitors can either enter the zoo through the exotically-designed Elephant Gate beside the aquarium or through the Lion Gate directly opposite the Zoologischer Garten train station. read more about Zoologischer Garten Berlin

Café Zapata

Café Zapata

  • Oranienburger Straße 54-56a
  • Im Kunsthaus Tacheles
  • tel:49 30 281 6109
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  • Berlin, 10117
Bar 25

Bar 25

  • Holzmarktstraße 25
  • tel:+49 30 2758 3209
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 10243
Görlitzer Park

Görlitzer Park

  • Görlitzer Straße 1-2
  • tel:+49 (0)30 611 7424
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 10999
Die Eins

Die Eins

  • Wilhelmstraße 67a
  • tel:49 30 2248 9888
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 10117
Rosi's

Rosi's

Freischwimmer

Freischwimmer

  • Vor dem Schlesichen Tor 2a
  • tel:+49 30 6107 4309
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 10997
Kaffee Burger

Kaffee Burger

Berliner Prater Garten

Berliner Prater Garten

  • Kastanienallee 7-9
  • tel:49 30 448 5688
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 10435
Karl-Marx-Allee

Karl-Marx-Allee

  • Karl-Marx-Allee
  • (Alexanderplatz - Strausberger Platz - Frankfurter Tor)
  • tel:+49 (0)30 25 0025 (Touristen Information)
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 10243
Treptower Park

Treptower Park

  • Puschkinallee
  • (Am Treptower Park)
  • tel:+49 (0)30 25 0025 (Touristen Information)
  • Visit website
  • Berlin

Treptower Park lines the banks of the river Spree to the south east of the city centre and was created by Johann Gustav Meyer in 1876. Nowadays the park offers a diverse selection of outdoor fun with BBQ boat rides, ping-pong tables and grassy river side sunbathing areas. Located in the former East German district of Treptow, a grand soviet memorial was erected in the park in 1947, dedicated to the 5000 soviet soldiers, killed in action, who are buried there. An abandoned fun park with a big wheel and miniature train set lies to the south of the park just past the Insel der Jugend, or island of youth, a popular place for outdoor summer parties and the Berliners favourite summer past time – grilling. read more about Treptower Park

Spindler Klatt

Spindler Klatt

  • Köpenicker Strasse 16/17
  • tel:49 30 695 66 775
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 10997
Lux 11

Lux 11

  • ROSA LUXEMBURG STR 9-13
  • tel:+49 (0)30 62 9010 (Design Hotels Berlin Office) / +1 800 3746 8357(Rese
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 10178
Simon-Dach-Straße

Simon-Dach-Straße

  • Simon-Dach-Straße
  • tel:+49 (0)30 25 0025 (Touristen Information)
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 10245
Morgenland

Morgenland

  • Skalitzer Straße 35
  • tel:49 30 611 3291
  • Berlin, 10999
Sowjetisches Ehrenmal im Treptower Park

Sowjetisches Ehrenmal im Treptower Park

  • Puschkinallee
  • Treptow
  • tel:+49 (0)30 25 0025 (Touristen Information)
  • Visit website
  • Berlin
Watergate Club

Watergate Club

  • Falckensteinstr.49
  • (Oberbaumbrücke)
  • tel:49 0 30 612 80 396
  • Visit website
  • Berlin-Kreuzberg, 10997
Cassiopeia

Cassiopeia

  • Revaler Strasse
  • Tor II
  • tel:+49 30 4738 5949
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 10245
Ankerklause

Ankerklause

  • Kottbusser Damm 104
  • tel:49 30 693 5649
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 10967
Babylon Berlin: Mitte

Babylon Berlin: Mitte

  • Rosa-Luxemburg-Strasse 30
  • tel:49 30 242 5969
  • Visit website
  • Berlin, 10178
Winters Hotel Berlin Mitte

Winters Hotel Berlin Mitte

  • Hedemannstraße 11-12
  • tel:30-319 86 180
  • Berlin, 10969